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lUKTAL QIIOr.tTIIINS.
Su*ymR���Bar 511
Lis*-  ��10, lli, fill.
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$12.12
a\vW
#sfc.
The IOaui.e is more widely
C'IRCm..*i".'ED THAN ANY OTHER
NEWSPAPER IN NORTH KOOTENAY- IT WILL HE POUND AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
Vol- Ill, NO- 36.
Ferguson,  B. C,   October 17th,  1902.
$2 a Year
JWINING NEWS OF
THE DISTRICT
Machinery is being Installed
icNou.uii ivork rait all
THE ItEN IN THE CAMP.
fill   ��� ���   ���*
The Nettle L. Will Increase Their Work-
' 'ing Farce u. Soon a. tlie Compressor
Plant li 'Started.'    The Mine In Flrit
dlnsfl Shape' for GettltiR Out Ore.
The mines aliout Forguson are giving employment to more men than
over before tn' the camp's history, and
it looks as if the number wuuld not be
Decreased much during the winter.
The Nettie L. will Increase their
working' force as Soon as the compressor plant is' started. That will be in
about a week. A force of men are at
work under J. Parisian, filling a contract for ovor a thousand cords of
wood for use In running the compressor plant. The mine is In ilrst class
shape for getting out ore during the
winter.      '
Tho splendid weather of the past
fortnight h is beetl of great advantage
to the people wh6 are putting in the
tram to tbo Silvor Cup and if the good
weather continues the j,.b will be
coitypleti ii .oouer than expected.
The Triune tram will bo completed
in working about tho 20th
will be put iulu use to
oro immediately on eom-
J'ho management hope to
mako anothor shipment before Xmas,
anu regularly from tiiut on. The raise
in tbe mine is about completed, ulln
ore, and whon tliis is finished a number of fresh stupes will he opened up.
This will Insure a constant supply of
ore for some time to cnine. New
quarters ore being built for the men,
where there will be nodatigerof slides.
Altogether the Triune will not be an
undosi ruble place to work from new on.
course of a few days. Tlie Delaware
and Hudson wilt make a start tomorrow morning ut the Bellerue; the
Green Ridge Coal Company will open
up Its Green Ridge colliery, possibly
tomorrow or the next day or assuredly
some day this week. Other companies
say they are figuring on a resumption
at certain collieries, but decline to
give their location. Tlie claim is also
made by tl.o operators that the forces
at the colleries already working are
to he lurgely increased during the
week. The United Mine Workers'
leaders continuo to avert thai the
militia can do nothing towards inducing tho men to return to work and that
all tho men that could be induced to
go back 'to' worlc without concessions
are already back. ' ''
��� The * Erie company tonight posted
notices nt its collieries at Pittston requesting all its' strilting employes tu
return to work tombrruw. The company assures all men who return ample protection. This Id'belleved to be
the first movo on the part of the operators to break the strike under the
ptotoction df the troops.
CHAMBERLAIN'S
EDUCATION BILL
Trouble in British Government Ranks
CHUKCHil. EN   OBJECT   TO   THE
HILL IN ITS   PRESENT roBM
Conference VIA. Held lu HlmilnKham.
Clianiborlaln Pregltted uml Com*
nluuloatet' Ills Views. Hill Will
Nol.  be Withdrawn.
The   conference of    tho    Liberal
malting intending immigrants familiar
with tho mag'itltuent products of Western Canadian farms, determined if pes
Bible to utilize the extensive system
thus Organized for the benefit of Columbian mining interests. With thlt
object, samples of the metals mined in
the Pacific Province will be distributed to all immigration agents nf tl e
C'unudian government. Th��y will
include specimens, butl. in tliu ore, tin-
matte, und the pig and ingot of thi*
various metals.' Commissioner Smiih
expects to receive tlio exhibit earl,,
next week.
IMPROVEMENTS
IN FERGUSON
i
Waterworks   is
Installed.
being
The Sultan of Turkey is dying.
Sir John Bourinot,  clerk   of    thi
house of commons and secretar;* ol
Unionist, called by Colonilil Secretary Ilhe Xv��->'a* s"c,||,|*v <��'Canada died 01
i_ position  Monday after un illness of over (iv.
Chamberlain to fnriiiulutu'tlie positl
of lilrmingham Liberal Unionists towards the education Bill wus held In
Birmingham on Thursday lust. Mr.
Chamberlain presided at the meeting
months duration.
England has received an order ft r
the building ef 104 passenger cars, 2��i
steel freight curs' of"40 tonseapucit
and In a lengthy address enunciated i each and 38 engines' for the Centra
nud  readj
inst. ami
seril dowi:
pletion.
J, E. Smith's Accident.
Whilo running the big saw at tho
mill Saturday Jack Smith, one of the
otvners, had a leg broken below the
knee.- The carrier was moving up to
the saw with a log when It struck a
peavey that fell In the way. The
peavoy flew up and struck Smith on
tlie leg breaking the bone, The unfortunate man wus carried to tho Ferguson hotel where he Is getting along
first rate under Dr. Nowcombo's care.
Yale, Cariboo and Lillooet.
The most attractive stall at the Provincial fair this year was the Yale.
Cariboo und Lillooet, exhibit, representing prodiiei) of field, orchard and
garden which the Interior of B. C. produces, artistically arranged by Dr.
Reynolds and Mrs. Reynolds of Van-
couyer.
The visitors attention was Ilrst attracted by the three pretty wax figures
presiding over the fall',, scone, and
who wus easily Identified usC'eros, the
goddess of Tillnge. with her daughter
Pomona. Goddess of fruits, and Flora,
goddess of flowers,
Two Star shaped stands, cleverly
constructed of wire and a large crescent of ihe sumo v/oi'ltmunshlpheld up
to public view In film stylo tlio splendid
exhibit. One star was decorated with
apples. The other star was glvon up to
fruits of which I hero was an amazing
variety and of thu lai'gost and bost
quality. '	
The Coal Situation.
This Is tlio week, says an exchange,
which It. Is generally believed will put
to a test* the claim of tho operators
that thry will be enabled to start up
their collieries !f given protection;
and the count claim of the United
Mine WorltorS Organization, aB expressed iu Wednesday's resolutions,
that thu entire military force of tho
United States should bo bore to protoct
thorn- With a determination to prove
their elaim, tho operators have for
tho past week been making a supremo
effort, to secure men. That they havo
succeeded to soroo extent is evidenced
by an announcement mado wilh some
posltlveness that tho various collieries
will resume   operations   within the
Llnson View to Ship.
Billy Sehmock, on Thursday last
had his pad; train moved from the
American trail to lhat of Canyon creek
trail where he bus several tons of supplies to movo to the Pedro and Llnson
View properties. Froin tho lattor he
will havo return loads iif ore. There
are several tons of ore now sacked
which tbe company, now holding the
bond on the property, will havo shipped lo the smelter for purpose of a
lest.
The Llnson View is developing
nicely and bas all tbe ear marks of a
good mine. This proderty adjoins tlie
Pedro from whicli a small shipment
will also be made this fall.���Topic.
New  Idea Woman's Meg-ar.ine.
The forthcoming November number
uf tbe New Idea Woman's Magazine
will afford entertaining aud profitable
reading for womeu In all classes and
conditions of life. ft will be tinged
naturally, with the Thanksgiving Idea,
but will cover tbe ground of woman's
needs. A novel feature will bo the
first of a series of bright)jettors from
an Englishwoman's pen, under tbe
caption of "The Journal of a London
Woman." "Dressing the Bride" will
set forth a new occupation for woman
and thero will bo half a dozen good
stories hy the cleverest writers.
"Autumn Novelties" will Illustrate
the newest departures in fancy work,
and in"(ieud Housekeeping,"expellont
ineuues for Thanksgiving ilinuers
will prove helpful and suggestive.
his views. He said 'li'o had always
beeu in favor of secular education supplied by the government, but rightly
or wrongly, the majority of the country
required that religious instruction of
some kind bo given. If the country
could not get wluit it wanted frhin a
Unionist government it would get ft
from the Radical government which
would follow the government It might
smash.
Tbe Liberal Unionists wero advised
by Mr. Chamberlain to not'assist the
intrigues of those who would hand
over Ireland to tho Homo Rulers or
who would leave problems of South
Africa ti tho pro-Boers ' discretion,
und would leave Imperial ihterosls in
tho hands of"llt*lu Englitiiders" and
dome: le reform to the farmers of tho
Newcastle program.
Tho secretary said that he could
certainly promise that the bill would
nut be withdrawn. The government
cuuld not withdraw it without tremendous luss ol prestige, and the only
logical alternative to the acceptance of
the bill would be the expenditure necessary to replace the existance of tbe
denominational schools.
Iu conclusion Mr. Chamberlain announced that thu government would
resign if thev wero defeated on tho
bill. He warned bis audience to murk
that and to remember the consequences,
Upon leaving tho meeting a prominent delegate said Mr. Chamberlain
bad completely dominated the meeting and others agreed that tbey would
rather swallow tho bill than embaruss
the government,
South African rail Way,
KLKCTKIC I.IliHI  PLANT TO
BE RUNNING IN NOVKMBEK
Wnrlt Ilelng ItuHhe*! l,j Sawyer Brother*
of llcrelstokp. Lust Touches Boing
Hade to Bllnors' Union Hospital. Fur
nltur. to be Moved in Shortly.
Metric System.
A doBpatrn received ut Ottawa from
Mr. Joseph Chamberlain trunsiiilttinr
a copy of a resolution adopted by th'*
conference of Colonial Premiers in
London favoring tho adoption through
tho empire of the motoric system ol
weights and measures, and asking
what action thc C'unudian Ministry
propose to take in tho matter.
It is now said that Fred. Wude wll
be governor of the Yukon in Biiucesstoi
to Mr. Ross.
Hasty In Her Kotnny.
Mrs. Newed���What are thoso purple
things?
Dealer���Eggplants, ma'am,
Mrs. Newed���Oh, how   lovely!   I'll
take two and set. them out in our back
yard.   Do they boar fresh eggs all the
yoar round?
Lad v Somerset In New York.
Lady Henry Somerset, prcsldontof
tho World's Woman's Christian Tons-
pcrarce Union, Is in Now York, arriving last Monday, for the purpose of
attending the coining meeting of the
W. C. T. U. and to study with tho help
of tbo American organization the
work of reclaiming Inebriates,
Aid For Ferguson's Hospital.
The miners and business men cf
Ferguson have united to erect a hospi*
till hero. This Is an absolute neee���
sity as there is no placo in which w.
can properly euro for a sick man win
dont happen to have a home of his own.
There has been about?),600 subscribe,
towards the hospital locally aud tht
Eagle has been requested to recelv.
subscriptions from outsido points whicl
will lie acknowledged through tin
columns of tho Eagle each week
There is something like 81.500 more t.
raise and wo hope that those who havi
made monoy iu this camp will rcmeni*
ber those who work away from tin
comforts of olcjer communities und setn
along a liberal sum to help in tho gone
work. Tho hospital will no owned aun
operated by tho members of Lardoau
Miners' Union. Address all subscrip
tious to the Eaglo.
What Ferguson requires most of all
low is more sidewalk's. On accounto.
i.he flue weather during the past sum*
ner there was not so much mud a*,
isual, but in another month th.
.iti'eets ure sure to be almost itnpa::
���dble. However, aside from tho walk-
Kerguson bas made pretty good progress in tbo way of Improvements
By the 2otb inst. there will be in oper-
ition ono of the best waterworks sy.-.-
tems in North Kootenay. This will ensure ample lire protection for the tow,'
and will give a good water supply.
This alone Increases tho value of towi
uroporty and should cut down, somewhat, tho high firo insurance rates.
Messrs. Sawyer Bros, havo ut last go*.
to work in earnest puting in the electric light plant. Both brothers arr
here and they uro pushing the worjr
ilong as rapidly us possible. They
Kipo to have the plant running sum
lime tn November. It is a pity it is
not running now when there is a coal
���il famine In town. That will rau*ie I:
appreciated when it does come.
The plasterers ure nearly throng!
with the hospital. Tho curpentur-
have a little finishing work to do an',
hen tho painters will he turned loot*
todo their part. Tho directors hO)s-
to move tbe furniture in, early In
November.
Oyster- Criterion,
Doslou ICntcrtnlutTH.
An entertainment was given In
Eagle hall Saturday night by Mr.
Newton and Miss Jean Durell, the
Boston Comedy Co. Tho hall was comfortably filled and thoovoning's entertainment passed off very successfully.
Judging by thu onthuslustic applause
with whicli most of the renderings
wero receivod wo would conclutlo that
the Budloni'o appreciated tho efforts of
thn entertainers.
The party loft Sunday morning f. r
Camborne, where tbey woro billed for
Monday night.
II. C. Mineral Exhibit,..
Ail Important enlargement of the
scope of the exhibits that have for
yours been one of tho chief features of
tho Immigration department's work Is
about to be undertaken. Hitherto the
exhibits collected and shown by the
department been almost exclusively
confined to products of the Hold, forest
and garden. Henceforth thoy nil
Include the products of the mines, The
Initiative In the matter was taken bv
the poople and govornmont of British
Columbia, who, realizing tho Inestimable work dono by tho department In
Tbe board of trade of Victoria has
a book in preparation of about ,'12
pages, devoted to the advantages ol
Victoria from a tourist and commor
oial standpoint.
Toronto, October 12.���Thoro is every
Indication of a great scarcity of Turkeys this yoar. Dealers are besei
with ordors, but they say thore is none
to bo had. Wet weather during th,*
early spring and summer is said to
have killed thousands of young  birds,
"Henry, I could havo dropped
through tho Hour at suppur."
"Why, my dear?''
"Well you know I kicked at Tnuimj
undor the table us a signal for him not
to out any more pie. He didn't pay
any attention and I   kicked baruer."
"What haponed?"
"Why I suddenly found out that 1
hid been kicking tho minister ull tbe
time."
Tbo Carnegie library cornel* stone
was laid with great ceremony in Westminster during fair week thousands ol
people witnessing the event. The for-
raor library of that place whieh wus
o nsiderably tho best iu Canada, wus
burned during the big fire of recent
years which swept away most of the
oity. The old library contained many
rare editions some of which lt will be
Impossible to ever replace,
Last week the Eugle reported a no*.
strike on the Criterion group ou Poo'
������reek. On Sunday Messrs. Pool.
Young and Crispin E. Smith loft Ferguson to make an investigation. Manager Pool returned to Ferguson Mor.
lay and confirmed tbo news of th*
strike. This is a lead not heretofore
known to exist. It is 00 feet from, and
runs parallel to tho big froe-milliu*.
lead on the Criterion. It is ulso free-
milling; is four feot wide of which tlj
Inches to two feet carry vory big'ii
values in the yellow metal.
Supt. Lado in speaking about tho
Oyster-Criterion says that since thc
Ophir-Lade syndicate purchased ami
started to open up the property la.*:
spring there has not been a failure to
locate a load where It was expected to
be tapped and tho Increased depth ha
in evory Instance giving higher value'
a-id larger bodios of oro. Tho property has opened up far better thai:
was expected, even by tho most SUP-
: uiue shareholder, and sufficient depth
uas now been reached to warrant putting in a stump mill and other machinery that has been ordered. Twenty
six men are employed.
Slvciiy Canadian!..
W. V. Mi-Crenry of Winnipeg, earnestly advocates tho advantages offered
by tho west. "Everything is all right,"
he says. "It is to bo rcgrottod thai
eastern Cunadians aro not in touch
with tbe great development that is
going on in the west, and aware of th,*
money that is being made by Americans, Rossbtiid aud the Yukon, iu
their palmy duys, woro exploited by
Americans and millions of dollar*;
taken out of them beforo Canadian**
awakened to the fact that there wg-
any money In it. Tbe same thing Ir
oceurlng today on tbe Canadian pralr*
ies.���Paystreak, Lardeau B.'aglp^J^
publlslioil ovory  Fria iy at R
E, G. WaODWAVP,
rawboni all o��'"i"'�� n*a''��->�����"-' b"
suwofipuon lutwi ��."".i;::r
*,*���*��� llU'lfOSJlll.-"'"!0''''.'.'';-/.^,      .
ttAii vi-ar to foreign uuiire**n ���
I"!'"** 	
,i,,i, I'rlntlinj: Tlio I*.
. ilia ni-i oqnlppoil "���"';
���hlob ran InriiUli ui�� I
aliol in Surlli Knot y.
,1 good work unit promiiii
ll(l(j tiiKileiMr tinonl
,,,���,1 ll.*.**Jlll>   ���' lw
Liniiirawtoln  ttscll
decided 10 p ut ihe fish in ihe
,,,,,._.,  .,....-,   belWi :en  C.ilif.iry  and
i Eilmonlon in   Alh *_*rt:i.     A   special
cur left Ottawa M onday lor C iljfary
T|ie cannerymen  of B   C, conieiul
tlmt  black    bas:-;   should   not    be
H* c���  placed in   Kootenay   Lake  or  any
ioilier B. C.   waiters where there are
tr.uitand salmon for the b.iss would
soon eat and drive out the I'opmr
lisii.      Black h.iss are a fine li.-.li bill
we* cannot afford to import   them to
I!. C. waters ill the expense of our
tro*ut and salir.on.
inalli'U.
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four weekly Insertions constitutes oa e
month's advertising.
tlli.W. OCI'OBICIt 17. W.
COAL-IS KIJs'G.
There is a probability of a gen-
eral coal mi.iers' strike all over the
United State**. Any day may
hriiij,' ai*. order to all coal miner.-,
ui quit work out of sympathy for
ihe hard coal workmen in Pennsylvania. Should this occur the people
of the United States nnd Eastern
Canada would find themselves in a
very precarious position. Winter
is approaching and the source of
lhe fuel supply is cut off. President Roosevelt took the matter in
hand and brought the ooerators and
men together and ihe operators
made a mistake which turned a
majority of the people ul iho country against ih.m in relusiiig to
treat with iI.e. men as the president
requested them io do. The men
also would have done better by
having the people and the president
on their side, if they had accepted
the advice of lhe president and returned to work pending a settlement in which the president and
congress would bave taken a hand.
Now it is difficult to see where the
matter will end as the solution
seems as far off as ever.
Now is the time that the United
Stales congress should tak. the
matter up and deal with it in a wa)
that would avoid a recurrence ol
the present condition. It would b.
well if the government were lo appropriate these mines and have a
commission of arbitration appointed
to place a value on the property
thus confiscated. This coal problem effects the whole people and il
is too serious a matter lo lie in the
hands of a few coal barons.. This
would be only what is being done
yearly in many ol lhe cities ofthe
country in respect of city franchises,
vii: street cars, waterworks, electric light, etc.
This coal strike dous not affect
us ofthe interior of British Columbia
as yot, but should a strike be
ordered at tlie crow's Nest Pass
. ,i d m!u.'., whieh looks to be not
nl all unlikely, then a more serious
condition of affairs would confront
us than existed last spring, lor lhe
coke supply would l-e cut off and j
many men at the smelters and mines'
would lip thrown out of employ-'
menl.
The Metropolitan Mining Co. are
hawing a Wagon road built from
Ten-Mile lo the tramway, a distune-.' ol one and a lis.lt miles. A
c.intractt has been let for the ��ame
to Tom. Johnstone, *vV. Glenn and
Jas. Sh'tron. The -contractors hope
to have the road completed in a
fortnight. Thus Improvements are
being constantly made in connection
wiih the Triune and it will not be
long belore the transportation problem between the mine and Ferguson will be an easy mutter and the
Triune will be accessible all the
year round.
THE   FI-RGUSON'
SAW AND
PLANING
MILLS
Notice of Dissolution of
Parts.rehlp
I fivo notice that the partnership
liot'ctofiit'c exiHtlsig between mysell
ami Ivan Edson under the lirni name
of AleDonell  & Edson is dissolved by
'ne.
n&tod Sept. 10th, 19(12.
A. J. MoDonell.
Inforumtitm  Wanted.
Anybody knowinj-tiit*. wherenboutBGf
.ft,. Churchill, u mini r, ���������ill confer n
���ii-nut titvor by oontisponditii. with the
undej-i-iffiied:
61R9. J. R. E. CHURCinr.r,,
\Y a iii I a a, Oiilih,
flii'V'than Islands,
All 'kinds of Rough
find Dressed Lumber
in stock.
We have engaged a
first class mechanic
and are prepared to
take contracts for anything in the building
line.    Workmanship
guaranteed.
SMITH & LABEAU,
PROPRIETORS.
The Townsite of
The Pay-Roll  Centre of the
Rich   Lardcs.ii   District.
Buy Lots Now And Get
in on thc Ground Floor
-*���*
is the richest 7
���strict in British J
the  mines, par- J
inn You a
ft I \ Wage
UUU Earner,
If so why not invest some of your
earnings lo meet a possible reversal
of fori one. For a safe, profitable
investment there is nothing bea's
an    accumulation     policy    in   the
NEW YOIIK USE INSURANCE CO.
This is a purely mutual compan;
and all its assets, surplus and earnings belong to its policy holders.
Por rates, etc., apply to agent,
E. 0. WOODWARD,
Ferguson, B. C.
Drugs m* Stationery
prt'scrlpiloiis Carefully nnd
..Areurd ely Coiupoimdeil.-,
A.  F.  RANKINE
F. 0.BL0CK, FERGUSON, D.C.
The    Lardeitu
known mining  di
Golumbia   and   the   ...., ,	
ticularly those about Ferguson, f
contain large quantities ol ore ?
being big as well as rich. Several
new properties will ship
ore during the coming year and
lhe town is sure to double
in size Buy a lew lots now
before the effect of this year's
progress sends them up, mayhap beyond your reach.
i- ���**-���������*. ������-���*
Business Lots $150 up.
Residence Lots $75 up.
A. YEND.
H. RUFF.
Kaslo
Brewing Co.
MnniifHotiirt'i's   of   liieh   clans
Beer anil Porter.   We make a
Specialty ot Bottled Porter.
For Further Information Apply to
Henry  Floyd
General Agent,
Revelstoke. B. C.
tf^^^^^^1^1^S��K)**&*iW
-UNDER NEW MAN ���.OKMENT-
THE
Keg and Bottled
J3eer
Ir prime stuff,
UWItlg
by the I
against I
bass   to
lo a kick being registered,
almori  canners  oi  B.   C.'
lu   introduction  of black
tho   waters    west   ol the
Rockies, the department ol Marine
an:l  fisheries   has   decided   not to
stock any of ihe  British  Columbia:
Mountain Lakes.
Tile ! '. ��� had already been removed from tiie government ponds near
Heilvillo before the .canners complaint was received, consequently it
Reduced to FIFTY
CENTS A YEAR
New Idea
au
Magazine
FMiwrly
One
Dollar
THIS Is the chcape_jt and best
Fashirm Magazine now before tlie Arncican public. Il shows
New Id'jas in Fashions, in Millinery,
in Embroidery, in Cooking, in
V/oman's Work and in Reading;
bmiiti fully Illustrated in colors and
i:i black and white. Above all. it
shows the very fashionable New Idea
Sr/LES, rnr.de from New Idea Pat-
terms, which cost only Wc. each.
Send Five Cents To-day
f:irs3."...;9 ccr:*"'f 'he New Idea Woman's
MAOAZlHtr. and es-^ wrui groat value
for tiii ir.'iney il can give you.    :;   ;!   *.;
THR HEW IDEA PUUI.I8HIKC CO.
69-S TJi'Bad-rriy, I?ew Torts, K.  Y.
Mail orders receive prompt attention.
YEND * RUFF,
Proprietors,
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AtlL KINDS Ol* WATRII
AMI JKWKUtY ItKI'AIRtNd
James V. Reeves,    t
Ferguson, B. C.   i
Notlco,
Any lime ehofik \*?\w<] nt the Oronl Western
Vine*:, Ltd., or Silvor t'up Mine-*, must be pro
.senti-il for payment m Hie above eoiiipniile!*
otUctiU by the tmin for whom it in Hned,
DONALD ii, FQUBS8, Utmager,
Prospectors* Exchange
ARTHVR EVANS, Proprietor.
THOMSON'S LANDING, 0. C.
TABLK8 StirPUED WITH THE
, .-BEST IN THK MAIIKKT**
���THE CHOICEST OF WI'. l!8.-��      Ci
������IJQUOHS AND CIOAIti' ��-���      VT
#^^^"&*Ff��Pfy*'*Z'^y*'T&'^tK
Everybody
smokes
r\
Our Special
 AND	
The Union
CIGAR
Tin,}* mi* nil t'niii, iiiiuli' mill nf lhe
lii'-l Uaviinn Tobm*rn iimni-'y can
buy. Try uuo uml auct.fy yoursiilf
a. lu thulr ,|imHty.
Union Cicar
Factoky, H. A.
Brown, Prop.
When you reach Trout Luke City put
up the Queens. .Good accommodation
, .Bust ol service .. Choicest wines,
liquors and cigars..Fire proof safe,.
Abrahamson Brothers, Proprietors.
'i.i   BEST WINES, L1000RS AND 0I0AR8. ,' JiESTriJISINK; SF.ItVK'B,   &
i
I1F?T WINES, MQIlORS AND0I0AR8.
i*i.st:i,vi;t(Uii'i'hDtiAit.
RESTPl.-ISINK SF.UVK'E.
REFITTEli AND ItliFUHMaillil).
DFSTM3.00 A PAY HOUSE
l.NTIli; I.AIUlEAU DISTRICT.
I
Hotel Lardeau
J. laughton, Proprietor.
FKROUSON. B. C.
t
NEATLY FURNISHED,
WELL LIUHTKD AND HEATED ROOMS.
HEADQUARTERS FOR MINERS
AND MINING MEN.... CONVENIENTLY   **
SITUATED ON VICTORIA AVE.
���^���^���^������^^^���_^*^-J5t-i!l-^_|
4 _. BAGLE Hill
tin second floor in Eagle block
Ferguson. B. C.
, Open for engagement for
day or pight meetings
at reasonable rental.
jti&ri^ Write or call on
E. G, WOODWARD,
Proprietor.
Time Table.
3. S. AKCHBE OR S.S. LARDEAU.
THE   NEW AND ONLY
Running: hi.ttu.en Arrowhead, Beaton ami Comaplix, commencing Oct<**
hot* l*kh. 1001, will sail as follows,
weutbar pertniUinff.
Leaving- Arrowheiid for Beaton nnd
ComapMx( twice dully--10k and 15k.
[_'.iavin_r Beaton anil Comaplix foi
Arrmvhead. twice daily��� 7:15k and
}2;45!.. Making elo_*p connection-
with all C* P. H. Steamer* antl trains
The  ownrriJ reserve  the  rlffh*:   t
clmnifR  times   of   gailliitfij    with on
police
Th? Fred Robinaoa Lumber Co.Ltd
NiXlrcto DilllliqutMIt Cfi-OU'llOl*.
ToS.T. MoCoU, or whomsoever lie may hav<
(runsfcrrad hiH liitoreiit In thu Triuno Fine-
I tun No Sminorfll claim, situated on Bmwi
week-, ill tho Trout Luke Mining Division
west ICootouny Dl.itrlui oi n. v.
���You nre hereby notl/lt'il (hut I havo expend
Ril-itou in labor nml iiniirnvotuonts upon lh'
Move mem toner) frnctioinil mineral ulaiiii
si.ici' July 1st, I1W2, undor tliu iiruvlaioiin ol thv
Mim-rni Act, ami if within w day�� frnm tin
ilaioof tliis unLJce you full or refu-su to con HI
butn your proportion tif thu abovo inontlouod
wi, which ia now duo' toKotbor with ttl
tout ol advert Mini?, your hiicrentlu tho aaii
claim will bei'omi. (tie property ofthe unoei
Hiuneil under sectfon 4 of tim "Mineral Ac
Amondraont Act liiw.
Jiateil ai Ferguson, B.C., this Kth duy o
October, ml
(,'. 0 Woodrou
Notice to Pidltiliu-Htlt Cu-O.riieii,
'!'oO. J.Hmith and P. W. IHusdrleor <o an-
person or ponton* io whom t._ey muy hnv-j
trntisfiT ed iheir iiuorusis In tlio following
mineralclftliiw, the "Uolllo a" hii'I "('ome
Kiry" Incattuj ni sit ti ereok, south of V*>
ureek in Him Truut Like minto* dlvNloo 01
Wti-it knitienay,
T-ike uuu V lhat wo the midernlened havi
pe I'lnnel thu mirK and leeordud tbtiHasesn
tnent on Hie ah tvu n timed propert'es for th"
vi"H's lOUo-MOl and in ordur in bold voin
in tore-1 hi Httlcl otalina nttdor Section 'i4of .the
Mineral Aet. aid tf wlthtti 9il.dttyi.nf the flr**i
publication hurcjfyoii full or rofuae in win*
uii) it", ymir ponton of aueh expenditure
to.;.' her "ii i '.lu* t'ost of advortlalng, your
intorcHi In t��iu Rind el alius will beomne tin
Hroperfy of ihe aiibsprfbora under foetfoii 4 nt
the Mineral aet of I two.
Dated at Ker.iii.--ou, II, C. this 4th day of June
flttrnul IHKNRVBAXK,
iiimH iil*nw   JOfiMURETT.
OFTH1S DISTRICT
Including the fish Crook rump
nii'l 1'i'i-i.r I mm' n Klver set'tion,compiled i.v A. i'. cniiiiiiius, p.___.it.,nnd a
.-hiuiinHi It, A., la HOW ou -Hie Ht tills
otiiro. 'I'Hi/ ready -uie of tile map is
proving all we have said for ir. The
Trom uko division is lithographed In
black, the hardenu In rod,and the \iii-.-
worth ni blue, Kven a tenderfoot could
tttkc ii eo|)j of thih map and Hud any
claim recorded in the three dtviaiona,
The iiiountalnB, lakes, ereeka, wagnti
roads, innis, Muveye-I railway routes,
aud the location and namefhyaunlquo
index) oi evory mineral claim in the
diririw Is shown.
Next   to   Visiting   the   Country   In
Person This Map Takes First Place,
in fan every geographical
feature is so well deiluo that one can
sue at it glutiee the nature nf our country
ami 'lie trend of tin. olalm leeatlons
gives an intelligible idea of the minoral
belt!) running through tin: <.m_ip.   Uii
oeitalnly
The   Best   Worth   For   One   Dollar
ever offered In the map line of a Mining
I'tiinp. It in the tlmt complete map of
the district and Insulting well, It Isjust
wbutyou.are looking for. VVi-S A WO
ilAVfi A l-'KH' MACS MOU.NTKD ON
I.1M-.N, WITH A 0001) COVBK, FOR
TKAVKLUCRS Od I'ROSPKirroRH,
Wim:ii SI.U. A J" |1.60. T11KSK AUK
THK HKDT VALUE, Aa THEY WILL
LAetr FOR VEARM,
Address ymir order, with an
enclosure of a one dollar bill, Iho
che'ilies, orders, etc,] to
Miolnj,--companies or ol-bors ordering
lots of 20 or more, maps will bo sup
..died at 50cents <8aoh.
THE LARDEAU EAGLE,
Ferguson, B.C.
ilcil Mm of Norlli America
thih  i a t II t
t'S'I'K LABEL oi
tho l'�� it erf Mailer*
if North America,
Alum you are buv*
ng ii FOR HAT,
ither soft or Bttff,
oe lo It tlmt the
uii ui tie UN I ON
Label Is sowed in ,t.
If a retailer hill
loose labels In hi.
liUHKtiA-lol]   MlUl   'm|.
ier.-i t��t put oi,e :n n
hnl '-- -t.'.m.mi'.i
patronize him. il -
us ii"t any rtgtit to nn\e loose lnbels. Loose
'abets in retail stores nro counterfeits. J>o not
Isteit to auy oxplflnatlnn as to ,.o, tne hat
us no lub.'l. Tlie ticiiutiir Union Label i>
erforatod ou the four edges exactly the same
n a postage isttuiip. Oouutcrfuits art) some-
noes perforated on three oi the eduod, and
mietlmosonly on two. Keep a pharp lookout
ir the efiuuten'eits. Unprlni'lplod maiiufac.
irers arc ust nu 'hem In order to get ill oi
ieir scab*made-.hats. The .inim i. si,t-on
o. and Ileury If, Koelofs ifi Co., Imtti of Phllll
elpliin. I'a., are noii-uiiion concerns,
JOHN' A. MOFFI'-rr.l'resident,
Otaiitfe, N.J
JOHN PHII.UPH.Seeretarv.
I 7H7 Und ford Ave., Urtioklvn, N.Y
IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA
HK'AD ' PI*-|i*E; TOBOKTO.
I). II. Wllkio, GQU.ml .M.tua*;��-r.
Capital [PM-up) $2,800,000
Rest   ....  $z,iJ.-i,ut)U
itrani'lies in Ontfti lo, Qupboo, Munltoba, N, W.
T..ui,l liritl'ill Cilinubi.L.
AliKNTS ANP CORIIISSPO.VIlBXTS.
(Ircill Rrltnlii���t.loytl" Hunk, Ullllt..l
L'uiifil Btatcs���New *��'.>. k. K,nik 01 MotitroHl,
���*   ���rhli'itKn, 1'irj.t NHiimiRi Hank.
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���  ��� A, li. Plil*i|ia,
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W. MicdonalU,
BAVINQS HANK Uiil'AM'MtNT.
littoraKtHllotvodut oiiiTDut puteu.
Afioneral banking bubinbar, irausaoteil.
International
Correspondence
Schools. S'-"^;��'N'
A1INKUS'   4TTKNTION���A com
nlete blowpipe outfit ami icfeienci
library free to thoio taking a court-e
in Metal Mining. Menu fur fiee
eircumr.    Address Representative
W
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II. McDOl'tiALL.
NelKon, l>, <J,
The B.C. ASSAY ftCHBHI-
CAL SUITL'Y l'0. Ilcl-
VANCOUVKBi U. i".
Kcadqunrtprs for Aasuyer��, Miniiif$
Jtuilt Hii|i|iilei4. Bole agents in |J,
('. for Morgan Urueiblo Up,, lialtorsea,
Knglandi 1". U*. Itraou -.V t'o.'s I'ntent
Caiy Furuaees, Burners,ete.; Hm. Ainsworth -__; Co.'s Fine Jfttlauecs, r'tccte.
  M
uSmboI
s only oue best mining Journal,
Thut Is
Alines and Mineral
s.
It li'i-i a larger cirr>ulstion than any Iwn other
American mining journal*, because it Is ihe
best, tt Is the largest, bent illtis'rated aud
handsomest mining Journal In the wo Id. lt
is a mining pHper for mining men. SubMirlp-
lion price |J,00 per year. Heud for free sample
ropy AddressMINK3 .NOMINKtALS.'^c'raii"
ton, Pa., V, S, A. Donvor otllues, Ratth liblg..
ponvur.Cnl,
(j/STEFi'*
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium   ���   .   .
ARROW LAKKR, B.f:.
Thc most complete resort or�� tlie continual
of North America, Situated mldnt scenery
unrivalled for trrandcur. MtHtlng, lishiiitt
ami excursions, KuMder.i phyolcien anil
nu"se.  in icicgra)>hie communication with
all parts of the world. T""> mails arrive and
depaitevcry day. Its baths cute all uervmii*
ami inusc'ulH'r diseases is waters heal ull
kidney, liver and stomach ailments, lt>
bath*1 and waters are a .nre remedy airafnsl
all argeniifeiiius prtisons. TKKMS: |llt to
$lfl per week, according to residence In hotel
or villas
pr' WORLDS   ^
Scenic Route ~~
DIKia'T LINK
K AST���Winnipeg, Toronto,
Ottawa. Montreal, si .l.din,
llaliiax, Boston, Now York
WI!9T--Wcstmiust��r, \\m\-
(���oii.it, Victoria, Skagw;iy,
[lawson, Seattle, FOrilatl I,
yuu hrauciseo.
UppUC LlllcO   SI*>'iit**iT*
Leave Fort iVfllfnni Sunday,
Tuesday, Friday vlaSoo Lino,
Si.   Paul.   iMlltlth    chiciigo.
Tiiuilst Hlecpi-r-Secvicu
EAjT
Lv. Puumnro Jet, dally for
st Paul, Knnty, We. Tues,,
sat. nn* Toronto and ull eastern points.
WEST
Lv, Revelstoke dully for Seattle Vancouver and Coast cities.
Through tickets tn Europe
via. all Atlantic lines.
Prepaid   tickets   from   all
points ut lowest rates.
For
full information apply to local agents
CASH BOlf-iE FillSHEAS
WE CARRY CARPETS, j
LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS AND t
CHINA MATTIHG. j
IRON BEDS a Specialty      J
$5 and up. *
Goods can be furnished to any pari oi Lardwiu on very ebprt ootica
as tlie service is sucli th.it delivery can he made in one day from Nelsen,
No Charge for packing t-ttittf rtti,,,,,,,,,,,,
��� ���*.*>->��*.�������� ��,, ,**���*.���.��������,��<���_.._.4
Funeral Directors and |
Embalmcrs.
Itiradunlc of Myor's Cdllogo of Kmbohntii������]
Cnn atleud uit-,u at ITei'*.iition at tea
hours nutii'u if advised by wire.
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NELSON, B. C.
0,
ASltfii SMELTER CO,, LID,
Capitalization $2,000,000
In 2,000,000 Shares, Par Value $1,00 Each.
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1). I'. A., A. G. 1J. A.
Nelson. Vancouver.
J. DONOVAN. Agent, Arrowhead.
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1   CUMMINS tt CO.   1
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Established 1896
General Merchants
Three-quai'tei'S of tlio Capital Slock In Treasury, 25,000 shares Similka-
mvon Valley Coal Co., Ltd., Slink, ten acre Smelter site at Ashnola.
Three Mineral claims situated threo miles from Ashnola.
" 33*10 acres Coal Lands, rioiii*Okaua*,riin Lake, having an eight foot seam
of yood steam anil Domostiu Coal.
The first 200.00(1 of tiu'sc snares have already been siibseribedand shares
aro now selling at In vents on calls of two and one-half cents per month.
For Further Information apply to
R, J.  STEEL,
Official Broker,
Nelson, B. C.
[f you   are   building-   or contemplate building we will be
pleased to quote you estimates  on anything made in our
Sash and Door Factory
and we feel confident that we can give you satisfaction in
every particular.     Write: Sawyer Bros., Revelstoke, B. C.
���-;\v*^%^\\VtArs\vvA\%s*��%v<
, Write for our interesting hor 1::' " Invent,
or'* Help" ant "Hiw.ynii oro swlrrltd.",
Send 11- a rough ekettb nr model cl u Or In-.
volition nr improvement and wr willtrllyoiii
fro?onr opitiiott rntoivliethrr It |qp obonty-
nit��:iilal>!t?. U'tjtxtedfippllcrtlorpli \voften,
beit'i succedsfully prosecitled by it*. We.
conduct f'tl'v eqolnped offlres In Mnutrcsl?
and WiC-liint'ton ; thisqnnlifirK iHtojromi t-/
ly dispatch work and qulcklv fl cnri- I'ntentai
as broid an the uveutlc-n. UighcfitrcurcacfSj
furnished, . .���______
patent** proenren through MflHrin.fi. W
rlon r-L-c-lve cp<*clal notice with* ut charfc in J
over ino ui wopnpers distributed throughout)
the n nUulon. _..������'
Specialtyt���Patent business of Mnnuf.ic-.
turcrsand Kngitieers,
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Pa'.*nt Expert- snd SolloKora,
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When coming Into PorirtiaoH tho first hotel to
see is the Wimlsor. If one is looking" for the
best accommodation, i. o, Chun, woll tended
rooms, a .veil furnished tahle anil eholee liquors anil cigars, then tho Windsor is tlie hest
place to stop. Heading rooms and purloi'S
nicely furnished.   Gvorythiog quiet.
Madams O'Connor, Proprietress.
9?'C^&'tc^ l^ pllst-li;'-'ll|4e,lcer' :L t0 " ?iiei-
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I ���    j    .,  , I  Jkt  news from nil ports of the world.
....';...-.,   Luca.:     j ij{_ A, i ines ato and ocnl news,  Dallj
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rater.
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���imip.e iopy r.r.d f.e con..need,
Su_scr.pt.on price _>. CO per year.
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y ' , S. I' WESTON, Business *' inn-jer.
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4*4***4*4** ��-��< ��..����<�����. ��*>���
E. Mosorop, plumber of Revelstoke,
is lu town.
i
'. Cuba is gradually   drifting    away
Irom tlie United State.. ,
. Tbe C. P. It. hotel   at Banff    has
Tieen elusud for tho season.
', L. Wlsnei-, ol tlio Oystor-Criterion
Is visiting in Ferguson.
Mrs. Godsoo of Trout Lake, was a
visitor in Ferguson Saturday.
D.  L. Clink,   of Trout Lako was a
visitor in Forguson Saturday last.
Andrew Carnegie now gives away
libraries at the rato of eight a day.
We aro glad to see Al Chisolm
around 'again aftor his recent illness.
Winston Churchill-, the novelist, haa
accepted a republican notninatiOL at
Cornish, N. H.
J. J. Young, M. L. A., and Crispin
Smith left the 0,ster Criterion mines
Monday for Calgary,
Sir Wilfrid Laurier aceompaniod hy
Hon. W. S. Fielding and Hon. \V. Gib-
*on Bulled for Canada on October  "th.
Mrs. Newcombe, Mrs. Cartel- and
Mrs. Kirkpatrick returned on Monday
night's stage from the Coast.
A Thanksgiving dance was held in
Eaglo hall last nieht to which a largo
number of townspeople turned out.
The Trout Lake Oddfellows are
advertising another opening dance.
Ave these dances in aid of a church,
tho hospital or what?
( tl. L. Clink has sold hie lumber mill
at Trout Luke to au eastern firm. W,
Cowan lately ol Revelstoke will inan-
ttge tbe mill lor tbo new firm.
\ large number of counterfeit $5
Bank of Montreal bills are lu circulation. Imitations of tbo Molson's
Bank $5 bills  are also being passed,
O. B. N. Wilkie and party are surveying the Alpine and 1. X, L. at tbe
head of Eight-Mile creek, after which
a crown grant of the properties will be
secured.
W. B. Pool returned to Ferguson
Friday last from a trip to Southern
Alberta and other points. Mr. Pool
loft (or the Oyster Criterion mine
Sunday morniug.
Owing to an error in last issue we
stated Mr. Ralph Higgenson was
-superintendent at tbe Mohecan. Nu
superintendent has been appointed
for tho Mohecan.
General Booth of tho Salvation
Army is visiting the United States aid
conducting meotings. In New York
Picrpont Morgan was chairman of his
���meeting and in Cleveland Mark Haniui
Thoso Thanksgiving turkeys, that
wore expected in Fergumin, evidently
saw the snow oo the mountain peaks
and determined.hat the Lardeau was
a bad country 'to como into. At any
rite Fergusonites irto'no turkey Thursday. ���
On Tuesday last at Nelson the jury
brought In a verdict against Henry
Hose (or tho rtiurdor of John Cole. He
was sentenced to hang ut Nolson on
Nov. 2lBt next. As our roaders will
remember tho murder took place near
Nakusp, B. C, on Juno Uh last..
A. C. Baldwin of Cleveland, Ohio
and M. H. Shaw of Youngstown, Ohio,
who are heavily interested in the
Comstock mining property were in
Ferguson this week, Thoy paid a
visit to the proporty and wero vory
much pleased with.tlie prospects, tbey
Intend spending most of noxt season In
this camp, Tliey returned home
Thursday.
Tho dedicntion ot thc new Motho-
ilist church at Trout Lake took placo
on Sunday last, opening services being
conducted by Iter. .1, F. Botts of
Grand Forks, and tbo pastor Rev. S,
J. Green. A largo crowd was present
ut the services throughout tho day.
The following day, Monday, a concert,
and supper was bold in uid cf tha build-
in-; fund, whon a snug sum win lonll-/.*
od, A good programme was ronderod
mi it thoroughly oejoyablo time spi-nt
hy (til lii't-Si-nt-i T'K- *>Uui'uU H it mint*
���Hi-no.��w Ami will sdrtitliout ii.. iw*.
Hid
Dave Ferguson returnod to Ferguson
Wednesday.
Judge Millei-of tho Old Gold was iu
town Wednosday.
Policeman Snell of Trout Lake, wat
in tiwn Wedn_.da,.
A McDnnell, nf tho Revelstoko hotel
came into town Wednesday.
Cement mills will bo erected in
Manitoba by eastern Capitalists.
Ottawa has laid in a supply of coal
from Wales and Nova Scotia.
The Oddfellow's hall will bo formally
opened by a grand bull on Tuesday the
21st inst.
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H VufattLSttjQls'M ���/njCtJit-sllrstair, f
5f)   !*��� N. WILKIE,
1   V__/�� p, L. S.
Steve Slingor and Joe. Brady returned Wednesday from tho Spokane Fruit
Fair.
We regret to learn this woek ot the
serious illness ot J. Mesley, contractor.
Ed. RubsoI has been vory Ul for a
week with tho prevailing sickness, but
is quite recovered.
J. C. Murray, accountant of tho Old
Gold, Guinea Gold and Marie Marlllu,
was in town yesterday.
A. J. Gordon is clearing a lot on the
punitory to erecting a house this fall.
street back of the Eagle  block pro
W. Davio has a (ew tickets loft for
the raffle of his minoral claim. His
fractured leg is woll enough for him to
bo out again.
Judge Miller one of. Lardeau's most
extensive mine owners, managernf the
Old Gold Guinea Gold Marie Marilla.
etc , left on Wednesday via. the Lurdn
railway for thc east where ho will
spond the winter in promoting thc
interests of the different companies
whicli ho represents.
��� Dr. D. J. Goggin has resigned his
position as superintendent of education
forthe Northwest Territories and has
accepted a position with an eastern
publishing bouse. On his leaving
Rogina a few days ago for his new
home he was givon a groat send off by
the citizens and school children ot the
town.
A consignment of eastern tish consisting mostly of black bass In charge
of officials of thc fisheries department
of the Dominion arrived in Revelstoke
recently. Tbey will be distributed in
different purls of i. C, a separate
tank being ready for eaoh place. There
is every reason to believe that bluclt
bass will thrive in B. C. and will hit-
nish good eating for many a fisherman.
6
Provincial
Land :;
Surveyor *
3    Ferguson and Trout Lake.     G
-i * i>
_j ..  ...
tj Surveys mado and Crown Grants ��
3 "        Obtained. t}
jj Office:      ���       ���      Trout Lako. I,
^ ��� ^
j]   VfTILMAM A. BAUER, g
a ��� k
I DOMINION AND I'KOVIN-     t.
*      CIAL LAND SUKVCY0K8. "
li Surveys ti! Mines, Minors! Claims sml
J crown Luiiils. Crown drains Ob-
$ tiilneil ami Assessments Managed
-I        (or Absentees.
laiiibiiino and Vancouvor
Offices:
ti (J     SHANNON, B. A.
\ ASSAYEK and ANALYTICAL
I CHEMIST.
���1 H'' dquarterfi Inr Information Rcgnrding
*J Larilruu I'ruprrllcs.
*1 K, lie for Inrormullun*
Call aad aee Samples.
J   OFFICE:
l!
VICTORIA AVK���
FKUUUSON,
TJOBF.RT HODGE,
BARRISTER, ETC.
Suli.itor fur
The Imperial Bank
P.rfluson, B. C.
OFFICE-In tlie Oplllr Lade Woek.
ti akvkv, mccarter a nnkham,
BarriMers, Sollclters, etc.
OIIIccs: Revelstoke, Oolilen, anil Forguson.  Solli'llora Ior imperial Rank
Of ClIllllllH.
Goo. S. MeCartor. J. A. Harvey.
A. H. PlnUham.
PRED C. EUIOTT,
Barrister,  Notary Public etc.
Locals Wttl. a I'uystreak.
Saddle horsos for sale. We have all
kinds and at all prices. We can suii
you.   Craig & Hillman, Beaton.
All tbe latest books, magazines and
periodicals for holiday reading in stock
at the Canada Drug & Book Co.'s store.
Hovelstoke, B.C. Prompt attention to
mail orders.
Ii pays to use the telephone. A trip
can often bo saved to Trout Lake, Bea
ton, Arrowhead or Comaplix by using
the phone. Olllco In Cummins & Co.'s
store.
* Smokers: II you want the genu
INE "Union" und "Our Special"
cigar see that "Union Cigar Factory'
is stampedTA gilt letters on evei'y box
���H. A. Bro-jin, Kevelstoke, B. C.
* To get. acoualnted with this district
you should have a copy of tho new and
only map. Send a ono dollar bill to
the Eagle and secure one at once.
An ounce ol prompt, businesslike
dealing and tbe truth, is worth'more
than half a page of advertising. When
you send to D. J. Robertson & Co.,
Nolson, for furniture an answer will
reach you by return mail, and nine
times out of ton the goods will arrive
hy the samo train.
THE. 0HUROHB3.
Methodist.
Servtco will bo hold In Eagle hall
ovory Sunday commencing at il p. ra.,
una alternate Sundays at 8 p. m.   All
are Invited to attend.
S. J, Grees, Pastor.
An-fllonu.
Dlvlno service will bo held evory
Suntlny In Kuglo hall at !1 In the afternoon and 8 in the evening alternately.
An Invitation to Mtoml U oxtomlod to
i��veiybotl}\ H. <\. Sot.t.v,
Curate.
-, TROW LAKE CITY B. C, AND.      jf
i Ferguson, B, C. I
J] 1.
. W    d0 V.lcMAISTI!Ef_J.M.SCOTT  ��
i. '                                                         il
3 Barrister, Sollclter, etc.     C
���i ?���
M REVELSTOKE, B. C.                 9
-i "i
K J. M. SCOTT, A. B. I.. L. B.            ,-t
j* W. do V. le Malstre, M. A.            ..
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���tf-UX Uf-ltmyrmt T4V A"A __*.-_$n{v 1'fi 7ft
FERGUSON
REMODELED
. lii.h.
THRUOUT
A
MOST oomplelo cold storago
room jiist finished whore
meats will bo kept ln a semi-
frozen state and always fresh.
Now one ot the best appointed shops in the interior of B.
C. Shop open from 8 until
6 o'clock, excepting one hour
at noon'. Not open on Sunday. '
One door cast Hotel Lardeau
I perguson Qarber
When you want a
GOOD SHAVp
���or-
LATEST HAIR CUT
-Gallon-
3 WM. SCHNELL g
3 I
L lint or cohl lintlis In Connootlnn,.    . i
mtmmua
READ THE EAGLE,
  J".���������������|
McKinnon & Sutherland I
OUR STOCK
Of Ladies Dress Goods, White
Goods, Trimmings, etc., etc., is
COMPLETE
The new Stetson Hats for men received August ist are being sold rapidly.
We have added to out stock of Ready-
to-Wear Suits. We can fit and please
almost any fancy or any figure.
We have also a most complete stock of
Workingmen's Clothes and Boots.
I I McKinnon <& Sutherland
The Post Office Store K
��
and 1 arJware. JK
3 ijr a Pair of Our Hand-Made Prospectors' Shoes. w '
a G. B. Batho * Co. I
?f^-w-w-^trw-w*^*r*t5r*r*t^r*!rK
The most complete stock in Ferguson.
Union-Made Hats and Shoes.
Full line of Ladies' and Children's goods.
Make a specialty of filling mine orders in groceries
PRIVATE I1IMISO  ROOMS FOR
LADIES,
HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL AN'tl MINING -MEN.
THEI
BALMORAL HOTEL
CORDON �� SLINGER, Props.
CAFE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT.
SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION
Ferguson, B. C,  Opposite lhe Postoffice.
���S.-.?.**
<3C *^^**^ 0^^^ *^P**^ $4\P*^ ���f-^F1*** ���*^^***W_JP1*1*^ __!������**���*^ at^^^t ^'^^J^^k\a0^^\^f^L
i Packing, and Fcr&us��nndPackin^ ~
Transfer Outfit.
4 Freighting
��� ��� Contracts ontorod Into for packing of Miulng Supplies,
J J etc., to any point in tho distriot.
Good, prompt servlco, and any work undertaken guaranteed, Freighting from Thomson's Landing to Ferguson
a specialty.
Headquarters at Ferguson, B.C.     S. Daney, Prop.
R. S. WILSON. mh
Class Merchant Tailbr,
REVELSTOKE, B. O.
r
Any orders you may favor us with
if'ill receive prompt
attention.
K    Ferguson Hotel
McPONELL & BLACK.
Proprietors.
FERGUSON, B, C,
WJe^^r^ew^^^^^^K
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